Production resumes after Tet holiday

Wednesday, 2021-02-17 11:00:36
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NDO – Business and production activities resumed right after the week-long Lunar New Year (Tet) festival ended on February 16.

On the morning of the sixth day of the lunar year (February 17), Vicem Hoang Thach Cement Company exported the first batch of clinker and launched their production activities for the new year.

During Tet, the company continues to assign a workforce to work three consecutive shifts a day, while also maintaining production stability in all functional departments.

In 2020, the Hai Duong Province-based company completed their planned targets, in which total cement and clinker consumption exceeded the assigned plan, with profit reaching VND267 billion. In the new year, the company strives to grow by about 5% compared to 2020.

* This morning, nearly 10,000 officers and employees at the Garment 10 Corporation across the country returned to their work at the beginning of the lunar year.

In 2020, the total revenue of the corporation reached VND3.5 trillion, an increase of 29.9% compared to the set plan. In 2021, it strives to achieve total revenue of VND3.63 trillion.

* The Vietnam National Tobacco Corporation (Vinataba) said that at 7:30 am this morning, nearly 8,000 Vinataba officers, employees and member units resumed their production activities for the new lunar year.

In 2021, Vinataba strives to achieve nearly VND23 trillion in revenue, to contribute VND11.6 trillion to the State budget, and to boost tobacco exports to more than US$197 million. In addition to production and business activities, Vinataba will continue to spend a large part of its budget on social security and charity activities.

* The draft beer production line of the Hanoi Beer Alcohol and Beverage Joint Stock Corp (Habeco) also returned to production again on February 17. In addition, the corporation launched its new production emulation programme for 2021, striving to fulfil its production and business targets while spending VND 5-7 billion on social security and charity work.